Author: Adelin

Adelin is one of the first people to devote time to this brand. In the past, he was a practitioner of parkour and then he became passionate about the universe and mysteries of life. He began to spend more time studying things for which we all are here. "I like writing about space and astronomy".
How Well Do You Know the Solar System?

How Well Do You Know the Solar System?

If you are passionate about astronomy and the universe, you should know these things. Surely you have not learned all details about our Solar System. Today we will review, with a clip made by the National Geographic team, the most important details about our solar system, which every human should know about. From the center…

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A close-up for Orion Nebula

A close-up for Orion Nebula

What’s lies within the Orion nebula? Combining normal images with infrared, NASA succesfuly created a three-dimensional journey to the Orion nebula with the help of images captured by Huble(visible) and Spitzer(infrared) Space Telescopes. A team at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, and the Caltech/IPAC in Pasadena, California, has produced the best and…

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How to Get to Mars

How to Get to Mars

The Way to Mars Explained in a Video Which is the way to the red planet? Maybe you think it’s that simple, but the following video will show you the whole proceess. 

Is Climate Change Real?

Is Climate Change Real?

Whether you believe climate change is real or you are a denier, you have to see this. In recent years we have been witnesses to many disccusions about global warming, if it is real or just an invention. Is Paris Agreenment just a lie? Or is this a real threat to humanity? Watch the following…

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New Bionics Let Us Run, Climb and Dance

New Bionics Let Us Run, Climb and Dance

The next generation of bionic limbs, robotic prosthetics is inspired by nature’s own designs. Hugh Herr lost both legs in a climbing accident 30 years ago. Now, as the head of the MIT Media Lab’s Biomechatronics group, he shows his incredible technology in a talk that’s both technical and deeply personal. With the help of…

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Astronauts Have Discovered An Alien Body On The International Space Station

Astronauts Have Discovered An Alien Body On The International Space Station

A Russian engineer aboard the ISS announces an unprecedented event. Anton Skaplerov says he has discovered outside the ISS a bacteria that does not come from the Earth. It wasn’t there when the Space Station was launched into the orbit. Is it an alien body? The bacteria was discovered by the astronauts who took samples…

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“Because Everything We Do Touches The Ocean”

“Because Everything We Do Touches The Ocean”

100 Million plastic water bottles are trashed every single day. This company is fighting against plastic bottles pollution. “Because Everything We Do Touches The Ocean” is the call of One Less Bottle, a rapidly growing movement of pioneering and progressive individuals, communities, businesses, NGOs and policymakers, collaboratively striving to reduce the amount of single-use plastic…

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Carl Sagan Explaining The 4th Dimension

Carl Sagan Explaining The 4th Dimension

Long time ago, Carl Sagan was explaining what some of us can’t understand nowdays. There is no doubt that you have not heard at least once about Carl Sagan’s theories and explanations. Being best known for his work as a science popularizer and communicator, the famous astronomer, who also created Voyager’s Golden Record, explains in…

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That’s How We Hear The Sounds From Space

That’s How We Hear The Sounds From Space

NASA has published a compilation of 22 space sounds from across the Solar System.. Do not think the spaceships launched from the ground have onboard just a few photo lenses, sensors and so on. They carry on board instruments capable of capturing radio broadcasts, which then are converted into sound waves by scientists. Sounds like…

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Scientists Believe Mars Have Been Colder Longer Than Originally Thought

Scientists Believe Mars Have Been Colder Longer Than Originally Thought

Mars May Have Been Colder Longer Than Originally Thought NASA’s Johnson Space Center lead author Paul Niles, discusses how suflate minerals on Mars, previously indicated a warm past climate, can now tell us more about planet’s extremely cold temperatures. “The scenario described in our paper represents a completely different weathering regime from anything preserved in…

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Uranus Will Be Seen With The Naked Eye This Weekend

Uranus Will Be Seen With The Naked Eye This Weekend

Uranus will reach its closest point to Earth on October 19. The distant Ice Giant will be on the opposite side of the Sun in our skies, phenomenon known as opposition. The planet will be just 2.7 billion kilometers away from Earth, compared to its most distant position of 3.2 billion kilometers. Uranus reaches opposition October 19.…

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Scientists Have Found A Way To Feed The Whole Planet With Renewable Energy

Scientists Have Found A Way To Feed The Whole Planet With Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is about to win the fight against fossil fuels. A huge farm of wind turbines, built in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean could save the whole planet. In a study led by Anna Possner and Ken Caldeira, from the University of Standford Sciences in California, in the journal Proceedings of the…

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What Happens When You Play With A Fidget Spinner On International Space Station

What Happens When You Play With A Fidget Spinner On International Space Station

Astronaut Randy Bresnik shows us a very exciting experiment with his fidget spinner. Randy Bresnik, now NASA’s astronaut, wanted to show us what is happening if he rotates a spinner fidget during his stay on International Space Station. In the absence of gravity and friction, the toy spins endlessly, as a whole. The idea is…

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